According to the bank's website, the project aims at "providing early analysis of Total Waste Management (TWM)’s expansion in the industrial hazardous and non-hazardous waste sectors in PNG and the broader region. The project will support TWM in confirming market assumptions and scope for expansion, refine its business plan, better understand regulatory risks, and enhance understanding of IFC Performance Standards."
By supporting early analysis which may lead to the expansion of an established, triple ISO accredited hazardous waste company in PNG, the project intends to help improve industrial waste management practices in PNG and the region, thereby indirectly contributing to PNG's GHG emission reduction.
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